When you're deploying PLM, do you focus on data or processes first? That's the debate here.
My logic behind this decision? Poor data leads to bad decisions. You can run the best processes in the world. But if you are making decisions in that process based on the wrong information, you’re only accelerating mistakes. That’s why a good plan to manage all of your product data needs to be constructed before you move on to automating and enabling processes.
Wow. Am surprised it was this lopsided. Hrrmm.
Jim lost the last debate. So this time, he had his daughter perform a make-over on him. Only it wasn’t with make-up, it was to dress him up as me.
See? That’s supposed to me.
I know. Its obvious Jim’s eyesight is going.
Tech4PD is a web show hosted by Chad Jackson of Lifecycle Insights and Jim Brown of Tech-Clarity that covers the most important issues in technologies used for product development. The shows include a debate. The loser of each debate must fulfill a painful or embarassing consequence shown on the next show.
Should your path to PLM implementation begin by organizing your data? Or does the most value derive from getting your processes enabled by PLM? Duelling analysts Jim Brown and Chad Jackson disagree. Vote for the most compelling argument. Loser suffers pain, as usual.